DUBLIN, Nov. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Smart Electric Drive Market by Vehicle Type (PC, CV, 2W), EV Type (BEV, PHEV, HEV), Component (Power Electronics, E-Brake Booster, Inverter, Motor, Battery), Application (E-Axle, Wheel Drive), Drive (FWD, RWD, AWD), and Region – Global Forecast to 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The global smart electric drive market size is projected to grow from USD 915 Million in 2021 to USD 4,245 Million by 2026, at a CAGR of 35.9%. Factors such as increasing demand for electric vehicles around the world, growing demand for smart electric drive equipment due to their higher vehicle efficiency, lower parts weight and compact size of assembly will boost the demand for the smart electric drive market. The growing concern for larger distance commuting using EV’s will also boost the market.
E-axle Segment is expected to be the largest market in the application segment in the forecast.
E-axle demand will be growing at a rapid pace with the increase in demand for EVs in the market. This is due to the fast growing demand for mass produced EVs in the market and growing demand for zero-emission vehicles. Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market with many large EV manufacturers using e-axles from Aisin and Nidec in the region. For instance, In February 2020, Nidec announced the launch of its two-new e-axles developed for 200 kW and 50 kW drivetrains. Their e-axle system comprises a fully integrated traction motor system with an electric motor, reduction gearbox, and inverter. The Ni200Ex is developed for D and E segment cars and offers a higher output than its earlier available Ni150Ex model. Europe is also expected to be a large market, with GKN producing e-axles for companies like Volvo, BMW, and Porsche. Most manufacturers in the North American region use in-house manufacturing for passenger cars, and companies like Dana, Meritor, etc., manufacture e-axles for electric trucks. For Instance, in January 2019, BorgWarner launched its new range of electric drivetrains through its new iDM e-axle. It is developed for use in all kinds of EVs. Thus, with component manufacturers and OEMs adopting advanced integrated technologies to provide smart electric drive, the market would grow in the near future.
The Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market during the forecast period.
The Asia Pacific Smart electric drive market will be led by countries like China, Japan and South Korea. The governments of these countries have supported the growth of EV demand through subsidies, favorable policies for EV’s and discouraging the use of petrol. This will lead to a fast-growing demand for the smart electric drive market in the region with their increased adoption in EV’s and rising EV demand. The adoption of smart electric drives has been in use in China and Japan followed by South Korea, India, and the Rest of Asia Pacific. The rise in production capacity/ mass manufacturing for smart drivetrains and adoption of technology by OEMs in a country would support the growth of the smart electric drive market. China is expected to be the largest and fastest-growing market with high EV demand in the country and companies like Geely, GAC, etc. using e-axles to develop their EV’s. Japan will be one of the fast-growing market in the region due to top component manufacturers like Nidec, Aisin, Denso manufacturing smart electric drive modules and components.
North America to be the fastest-growing region during the forecast period.
The North American region will have one of the fastest-growing demands for the smart electric drive market. The market in the region will be led by sales of some top selling EV’s in the US and Canada due to high demand across some of their states. Top OEM’s like GM, Ford is working with smart electric drive component manufacturers like BorgWarner, Hitachi, LG, Magna, ZF, etc. for their EV’s. This will lead to a gradual increase in demand for the smart electric drive market in the coming years.
- Alternate Materials & Overall Weight Reduction to Open New Avenues in Electric Vehicles Technologies
- Adoption of Advanced Technologies in Electric Vehicles
- Reducing Cost of EV Batteries Will Reduce the Price of Smart Electric Drive Modules
- Lower Operating Costs of EVs Will Increase Demand for Smart Electric Drive Modules
- High Cost of Smart Electric Drive Systems/Modules
- Maintaining and Achieving Optimum Power-To-Weight Ratio
- Increase in Demand for EVs
- Government Policies Promoting Sales of Electric Vehicles
- Integrated Mobility Solutions and Ride-Hailing Will Increase Demand for Smart Electric Drives
- Inadequate Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles in Emerging Countries
- Developing Fail-Safe Electronic and Electrical Components
- A Performance and Cost Overview of Selected Solid-State Electrolytes for EV Batteries
- Development of Commercial Vehicle E-Axle System Based on Nvh Performance Optimization
- Aisin Corporation
- Allison Transmission
- Continental Ag
- GKN (Melrose)
- Hexagon AB
- Huayu Automotive Electric System
- Hyundai Mobis
- Infineon Technologies
- Jing-Jin Electric Technologies
- LG Electronics
- Magna International
- Meidensha Corporation
- Nidec Corporation
- Shanghai Automotive Smart Electric Drive
- Siemens AG
- Smesh E-Axle
- ZF Group
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